Santa Ana Accident Attorneys
The personal injury attorneys at HN Injury Lawyers represent victims of serious or catastrophic injuries due to the negligence of another. Even though the firm’s core focus is on major injuries, we firmly believe that everyone deserves adequate and effective representation. As such, no case is too small for us.
There are times where clients come to us thinking their case is too small, so an attorney would not want to take their case: maybe the damage to their car is not that significant, so the insurance company denied their injury claim; or perhaps because the clients did not suffer any broken bones, other law firms have rejected their case. We never judge a book by its cover. Just because there was not a lot of visible damage to our client’s car does not mean that they could not have been hurt.
Some of our clients have experienced “invisible injuries,” such as a traumatic brain injury, which cannot be seen like a broken arm or bruise. Brain injuries require a proper assessment by a qualified doctor, so that the injury cannot be seen does not mean it does not exist. When we represented NFL players in the NFL concussion cases we saw how devastating these “invisible injuries” could be. A lot of law firms that advertise on television and billboards will only accept easy straightforward cases. Not so with us. A lot of law firms that advertise on television and billboards will only accept easy straightforward cases. Not so with us.
What makes our firm stand out from other law firms is that we recognize the importance in getting to know our clients, their lives, and their needs. These details are essential for us to develop a unique story tailored to each of these individuals. Every client’s story is different, so we do not employ a cookie cutter approach. We have unique knowledge and experience—including previous work representing insurance companies—that help us find innovative and effective strategies to handle our clients’ cases.
Ultimately, our number one goal when representing our clients is to the appropriate compensation—nothing less.